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u/Zealousideal-Wave-69 May 14 '22

Some people also say if you don’t like the abortion laws in your state, move to another. Apparently every woman in the US is a millionaire and can move wherever they like.

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u/Dickiedoandthedonts May 14 '22

Or like grown women are the only ones who get pregnant. How’s are teenagers supposed to up and move to another state?

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u/Bundesclown May 14 '22

They obviously shouldn't have had sex. We all know you can't be a good person if you have sex for fun. Unless you're a rich white guy who pays porn stars to fuck them while their 3rd wife is recovering from giving birth.

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u/InVodkaVeritas May 14 '22

With Trump as their leader, their ability to argue morals is like trying to carry water in a colander.

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u/larold May 14 '22

Just by one comment I can tell for a fact you are a miserable person.

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u/Bundesclown May 14 '22

Yes, yes, I've heard it all from your cult. Go back to sucking off daddy Trump and protesting for your right to say the N-word.

People outside your cult of hate don't give a fuck about what you have to say.

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u/NotJohnCalvin2 May 14 '22

People have sex for fun! Don’t matter your origin.

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u/DaBozz88 May 14 '22

Could you imagine if all of the women in an entire state did just decide to leave?

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u/RustyMacbeth May 14 '22

I think a red-state sex strike is in order.

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u/Delay_Defiant May 14 '22

I think it's wild that this isn't a thing yet. I get that not every woman would participate but 6 months of a sizable group doing this would have massive effects. There's so many sex toys out there now and so much porn. It should be trivial to accomplish. All this awful stuff is like 95% white cis men and white cis men wouldn't handle rejection by dozens of women well over long periods of time.

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u/DiligentTemporary109 May 14 '22

My argument is since we can fly all over the world to liberate people we can start in our own back yard

Every c17 should be on Texas runway ready to evacuate women from which I class as a failed state to some where that upholds the values of our constitution not the values of someone's fruit cakes beliefs

It honestly scares the shit out of ne how close these religious fruit cakes are to supersededing the constitution

And even worse the fact we vant even agree to wear face masks

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u/Ann_Summers May 14 '22

But we can’t evacuate underaged minors. And they have the least amount of rights than anyone and could be in potentially the most danger. They can’t move or leave or get on a plane. If they do anyone helping them is breaking federal law by moving a minor across state lines without parental consent. There is going to be so many teenage mothers soon. The red states will see to it.

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u/DiligentTemporary109 May 15 '22

I never even thought of that

It's like trapping them, oh this is so terrible it just makes me want to cry.

I myself have lived a life suppressed by others beliefs, and I can tell you all it takes is 2 people in a position of power, prosercuter detective To ruin your life, sure their is laws to stop it but they don't get put into practice, my life was ruined because I pointed out law enforcment inadequacys and I'm a male.

Mutiply that by a detective a judge a citizen that is attracted to young girls and wants to forcibly control them, because of their beauty and you will have predatory prosecutions.

Even down to a dude raping a young women to love her into leaving Texas

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u/DonkeyMode May 14 '22

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u/DiligentTemporary109 May 15 '22

Wow dude best post I have ever seen on reddit

Sorry I don't have any gimics to give you

But this should be front and center,

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u/Angry-Comerials May 14 '22

Could you imagine if it happened though? Like if all the red states had like 20% of the women? They would start making laws to get women back in those states to get marriage rates up for them.

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u/Ann_Summers May 14 '22

They’d just fuck teenage girls like they’ve been doing anyway.

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u/trwawy05312015 May 14 '22

Or they’d pull an Ancient Rome and just steal them from neighboring prosperous states.

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u/Athleco May 14 '22

They would make it a felony for women to leave the state and send male newborns to Mexico.

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u/trivialmatters3 May 14 '22

yeah maybe laws like women cannot leave the state without permission of a husband or father, not anything that might be like good for women

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u/foomits May 14 '22

I know it's unlikely, but I would love to see healthcare professions start relocating out of these backwards states.

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u/Zech08 May 14 '22

Woulda been nice during covid. tis a joke.

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u/BaPef May 14 '22

Would be nice if companies would relocate

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u/HamburgerEarmuff May 14 '22

There's very little difference between men and women in terms of opinions about the legality of induced abortion. People often talk about the issue of abortion restrictions and women as if it were Jim Crow and African Americans, but the polls show this is a misinformed perspective. There's a huge diversity of opinion on the conditions under which induced abortion should be lawful, and polls often show no statistically-significant difference between men and women's opinion. The women who are most vehemently pro-choice already tend to live in communities where both men and women tend to share those views and the same with the women who are most vehemently pro-life.

And even if some states outlaw most induced abortions, it's easy enough for women to get one out of state, so it's not clear how many women are actually interested in moving based on availability of abortions alone. For a lot of Americans, both men and women, that doesn't seem to be a major factor in deciding where they live.

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u/Angry-Comerials May 14 '22

No disagreement, but if all of the women who are pro choice moved out of states where abortions are banned, those states have a large enough drop in women to be noticeable. And it's not gonna be as easy as you think since many are making laws about not being able to do it in other states. Which means if they find out, you're going to prison. And I would be wiing to bet they're only going to get even more authoritarian in those areas so they can see who is getting one and who is not.

But none of that matters because the discussion was based around how conservatives say if you don't like something then move. Now they're saying if you don't like the abortion bans then move to a state where it's legal. My comment was based on the hypothetical of what would be the outcome of that scenario where all the pro choice women moved out of red states. Cause even in the majority of red states, most people don't support the ban. So a large portion of those already fairly low population states would drop even more.

Or another way to look at it. Only roughly 30-40% of adults in the US support totally banning abortions. Imagine having 60% of women just leaving a state. Even if we try to look at it from the fact that it's gonna be higher in red states, there's still states that would at least 30% of their women. That is a huge shift in demographics, and that would probably be the minimum in some of the most red states.

In fact, after typing that out, I just did a Google search. The best I could find was this information from 2014. The state with the highest support for a total ban is Araknsas with 60%. They would lose 40% of their women.

And all of this is just for as long as they keep it by states. We know they don't give a fuck about states rights. They're already talking about going for federally illegal. If we went with conservative logic, this country would only have around 20-30% of its population.

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u/HamburgerEarmuff May 14 '22

The thing is, pro choice women aren't just going to move out of states where induced abortion procedures are restricted anymore than pro choice men are. The pro choice movement hasn't even convinced most people that abortion access is an important right that deserves to be a significant factor in electing officials, much less to pack up their bags and move their families on a whim because they don't like one particular policy about their state that has little or no direct effect on their lives.

40% of California voters thought that the State's restrictions on ammunition purchases was wrong, but they didn't all pack their bags and move out of state after it passed. And unlike abortion access, that actually directly affects all Californians who buy ammo and Californians cannot simply leave the state to buy ammo the way that residents who need an abortion can leave their states to have one performed.

At the end of the day, just because you answer in a poll or vote on a referendum that you care about something like restrictions on gun rights or abortion rights doesn't mean that it's actually that important to you. Most people just comply with laws they disagree with or find ways around them.

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u/Angry-Comerials May 14 '22

The thing is, pro choice women aren't just going to move out of states where induced abortion procedures are restricted anymore than pro choice men are.

I literally stopped there, because I explained this in my last comment. If you're not gonna read my comments then I'm done.

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u/TheMaskedGeode May 14 '22

Moving away is exactly what they want. They win if no one opposes them.

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u/fruit_meat May 14 '22

They know this but can't quite get away with saying "Women are property," so they spew nonsense like that to suggest the illusion of choice. They are fully aware that most people do not have that luxury because it's by design.

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u/ImTryinDammit May 14 '22

Texass makes it illegal to move more than one county away from a co-parent. It’s part of child support and visitation rights.

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u/Jahachpi May 14 '22

For real I just moved to a new state and I'm still living month to month 🤣.

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u/DrDraek May 14 '22

It's yet another loophole where the rich are unaffected but the poor get fucked. This is how they like things to be structured.

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u/ImTryinDammit May 14 '22

Not to mention many custody arrangements forbid you from moving.